Bill Heard was advertising the Oldsmobile Alero as a reasonable reliable and priced car, with little money down. Now, I understand that nothing in life is for free but just listen to this. Ok, I saw the car I wanted, It was 99 Olds Alero, very clean, ran good and only 15,000.
It was used but it only had 28k on the speedometer and for a fully loaded car, I think that was pretty good. I had car to trade in for the Alero and only owed like 5k on it but it was giving me major problems and I got tired on shelling out money for it. My salesman, Ed Miller, was all nice and everything and worked very hard with the finance people to get me financed. Here we go.... got back there with the finance manager and he handed my a price of around 400, that was cool with me.
Got the car home and got a phone call from Bill Heard Chevrolet. They said that the finance company I had all of a sudden decided to not finance me, so they set me up with another one. I was with that finance company for awhile and then I got switched to Nuvell. All this time, I'd say about 4 to 5 months, my car starts acting up. I take it back, my "Warranty" so to speak didn't cover what needed to be fixed. So I ended up dishing out over 600 dollars to get that problem fixed. Then, I had to buy new tires because my car start to wobble real bad and it warped my front tires. So along with the tires, I had to get a full alignment. So while I'm dishing out money to get my car fixed, I get laid off. I asked Nuvell if we could arrange some kind of payment plan and they flat out said "NO", WE NEED THE MONEY NOW".
So to make a longgggggg story short, My credit was destroyed, I ended up filing for bankruptcy and I still have major car problems, DO NOT GO TO BILL HEARD CHEVROLET. I went to a lawyer but I would end up dishing out money that I honestly don't have....